Yes the natural beauty and simplicity that is Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is talking to the press again.
Recently, you might remember, she chose an interview with Elle France magazine to break her silence six months after leaving the Elysée palace and to offer - among other things - a piece of advice to her successor as the country's first lady, Valérie Trierweiler,
It was of course to tie the knot with the current president François Hollande because, "I think it is simpler to be the legitimate wife of the head of state rather than being his partner," she told the magazine.
Now the former model-turned singer has chosen the special Christmas edition of Vogue Paris - complete with another front cover naturally - in which to share her beliefs and thoughts on a number of all-important matters.
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And among them is a point of view that doesn't exactly reflect that of her husband.
Bruni-Sarkozy is in favour of both same-sex marriage and couples of the same sex being allowed to adopt.
"I have lots of friends - both women and men - who are in same-sex relationships and who have children," she tells the magazine.
"I don't see anything unstable of perverse about it," she adds.
"In fact it might be the case that same-sex parents try harder because they are more aware of the way in which society perceives them."
So how does the 44-year-old marry (forgive perhaps the inappropriate choice of words) her opinion on the subject with that of her husband who decided not to include it in his unsuccessful presidential election campaign and instead spoke out against same-sex marriage.
She sees things differently.
"My husband is rather against (same-sex marriage) for reasons related to his vocation as a politician, because he sees people in groups of thousands (er...does she mean voters?) rather than in terms of the people we actually know."
Ah wise words from the former first lady whose full interview and photo spreads as the magazine's "guest of honour" can be found in Vogur Paris available from December 3.
Rush out now to order your copy.
A little music from Bruni-Sarkozy while we await the release of her fourth album?
Oh, all right.